Optimize your eClosing process with eNote

Generate, sign, store, and transfer eNotes through Stavvy’s digital mortgage platform.

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eNote is the final step of the digital mortgage closing process

eNotes help lenders streamline their eClosing process with greater accuracy and expedited funding.

Expedite delivery to the secondary market

Leverage eNotes to shorten cycle times and expedite funding. Electronic delivery eliminates the need to process and mail physical mortgage notes.

Enhance security

eNotes offer greater protection than paper mortgage notes. The tamper-evident seal applied after signing ensures that the eNote remains unaltered post-closing.

Improve operational efficiency

An eNote can enhance efficiency by simplifying the signing process, improving data quality, and mitigating the risk of misplaced or lost notes.

Offer greater transparency

Improve transparency by allowing all mortgage stakeholders to view the eNote’s information at any time while leveraging the MERS® eRegistry to identify the note's rights-holders and conduct transfers.

A browser window showing an eNote on the Stavvy platform
A mortgage professional with an open laptop preparing an eRecording on the Stavvy platform

Leverage eNote to offer a full eClosing with RON  

  • Improve customer satisfaction
  • Expedite closing times  
  • Create capacity for more deals 
  • Attract more customers 

eClosing with eNote is safer and more secure

  • Digital ID verification 
  • Tamper-sealed documents
  • Robust audit trails
  • Audio and video recording
An open laptop displaying a secure eClosing meeting through the Stavvy platform

Certified MISMO compliant

MISMO® certified solution

The Stavvy platform meets MISMO standards and best practices so that you can conduct remote notarization with confidence. 

SOC2 Compliant

SOC2 Compliant

An independent auditor maintains a SOC 2 Type 2 report for the Stavvy platform, demonstrating our commitment to security. 

Are you ready to optimize mortgage closings with eNote?